Aggressive & Effective Binghamton, NY Criminal Lawyers to Defend You
Tully Rinckey’s Binghamton Criminal Defense Lawyers have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the maze of criminal procedures. We assertively defend our clients and manage law enforcement to protect your interests every step of the way. We’ll be by your side at your initial police interview, negotiate aggressively on your behalf with prosecutors, and, if necessary, defend your case at trial. Our mission is to protect your rights and seek the best possible outcome.
Tully Rinckey’s Binghamton criminal defense practice is led by Patrick Kilker. Patrick has over 20 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney, and has handled over 1,000 cases from traffic tickets to murder charges. He is particularly adept at criminal trial work.
No matter the criminal matter you face, the respectful, knowledgeable and experienced attorneys at Tully Rinckey handle your legal representation with sensitivity and care. We protect your rights and fight to help you realize the legal outcomes you desire. Let us represent you today.
Our experienced criminal defense lawyers are here to help in any criminal matter at any stage of the proceedings. Call us even if you have already spoken to the police, as we can review statements and evidence to ensure your Constitutional rights are upheld. The sooner you reach out, the higher the chances are of defeating the charges.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in all aspects of criminal defense work. We are thoroughly familiar with the law and practice in both state and federal courts. We represent clients throughout the Southern Tier, including Broome, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, Delaware, Steuben, Allegany, and Tioga counties.
Binghamton Criminal Law Practice Areas
Our Criminal Lawyers practice in all areas of criminal law from traffic tickets through Class A felonies. Among the specific charges we vigorously defend are:
- Traffic and DWI
- Drug-related matters
- Embezzlement and fraud
- Property crimes including trespass and theft
- Solicitation and sex crimes
- Sealing criminal records
- Title IX and sex discrimination
- Violent crimes and felonies
- White-collar crimes